It is believed that fears about the high degree of market debt load of developing countries are greatly exaggerated - on the materials AMarkets.
online portal Businessinsider Experts say that in reality the developing regions slowed for five years in its development.
The graphs from Capital Economics shows the level of private sector debt load (excluding the financial sector).This level is lower in the EM region than in developed countries. Experts say that economic growth in developing countries slowed down at a slower rate than in developed countries.
In developing regions, the Central Bank are also more likely to ease monetary policy and make life easier for the financial sector. For example, China is unlikely to threaten the liquidity of the market collapse - the authorities always support, intervene, give money, impose restrictions on the movement of capital, etc. And it will not hurt so much growing economy, as it might hurt a capitalist country, triggering immediate capital outflow from. followed by a slowdown in GDP growth and recession.